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Curriculum: M.P.A./M.A., Diplomacy and International Relations

I) Diplomacy and International Relations Component (21 credits)

DIPL 6000 International Relations Theory 3
DIPL 6001 or DIPL 6180 Politics of Cultural and Ethnic Pluralism
Comparative Foreign Policy
3
DIPL 6002 or DIPL 6005 International Organizations
Public International Law
3
DIPL 6105 or DIPL 6155 International Political Economy
Advanced Economic Aspects of International Relations
3
DIPL XXXX Electives 9

II) M.P.A. Component (30 credits)

M.P.A. Core Courses (15 credits)
PSMA 6001 Environment of Public Service Management 3
PPSMA 6004 Economic Environment of Public Service Management 3
PSMA 6005 Financial Management and Control 3
PSMA 6009 Managerial Decision Making 3
PSMA 6010 Managing Human Resources in Public 3

Choose one Concentration (12 credits)
Public Service: Leadership, Governance & Policy
Management of Nonprofit Organizations
Health Policy and Management

M.P.A. Electives (3 credits)

III) Research and Capstone Courses (9 credits)

DIPL 6310 or PSMA 6002 Research Methods 3
DIPL 6311 or PSMA 7993 or PSMA 7992 Research Seminar/Practicum 3
DIPL 7111 or PSMA 7991 Internship/Field Placement 3

A comprehensive list of Diplomacy course descriptions is available in the Graduate Catalogue.

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